List of the last monarchs in Europe

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This is a list of last monarchs of Europe.

List of Monarchs[edit]

Nation / territory Picture Name Birth Ruled from Rule Ceased Reason Death Arms
Albania Ahmet-Zogu-1895---1961.jpg Zog I
King of the Albanians
8 October 1895 1 September 1928 7 April 1939 Military coup d'état overthrew [1] 9 April 1961 Coat of arms of the Albanian Kingdom (1928–1939).svg
Austria Charles I of Austria.jpg Charles I
Emperor of Austria
17 August 1887 21 November 1916 12 November 1918 Abdicated 1 April 1922 Wappen Österreichische Länder 1915 (Mittel).png
Bulgaria Simeon II of Bulgaria.jpg Simeon II
Tsar of Bulgaria
16 June 1937 28 August 1943 15 September 1946 Monarchy abolished by the Communist government living Coat of arms of Bulgaria (1927-1946).svg
Cyprus Elizabeth II greets NASA GSFC employees, May 8, 2007 edit.jpg Elizabeth II
Queen of the United Kingdoms
21 April 1926 6 February 1952 16 August 1960 Granted independence by the UK living Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom.svg
Finland Nicholas II of Russia painted by Earnest Lipgart.jpg Nicholas II
Grand Prince of Finland
18 May 1868 1 November 1894 15 March 1917 Abdicated 17 July 1918 Coat of Arms of Grand Duchy of Finland-holding sabre.svg
France Napoleón III, 1865.jpg Napoleon III
Emperor of the French
20 April 1808 2 December 1852 4 September 1870 Abdicated 9 January 1873 Coat of Arms Second French Empire (1852–1870)-2.svg
Germany Wilhelm II of Germany.jpg William II
Emperor of Germany
27 January 1859 15 June 1888 28 November 1918 Abdicated 9 June 1941 Wappen Deutsches Reich - Reichsadler 1889.svg
Greece King Constantine.jpg Constantine II
King of the Hellenes
2 June 1940 6 March 1964 1 June 1973 Deposed living Royal Coat of Arms of Greece.svg
Hungary Charles I of Austria.jpg Charles IV
King of Hungary
17 August 1887 21 November 1916 16 November 1918 Abdicated 1 April 1922 Coa Hungary Country History med (1915).svg
Iceland King Christian X of Denmark.jpg Christian X
King of Iceland
26 September 1870 14 May 1912 17 June 1944 Republican constitution adopted
(Referendum)
20 April 1947 Kingdom of Iceland Coat of Arms.svg
Ireland King George VI.jpg George VI
King of the Irish Free State
14 December 1895 11 December 1936 29 December 1937 Republican constitution adopted 6 February 1952 IFSGreatSeal.png
Italy Umberto II, 1944.jpg Umberto II
King of Italy
15 September 1904 9 May 1946 18 June 1946 Republican constitution adopted
(Referendum)
18 March 1983 Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Italy (1890).svg
Malta Elizabeth II greets NASA GSFC employees, May 8, 2007 edit.jpg Elizabeth II
Queen of Malta
21 April 1926 6 February 1952 13 December 1974 Republican constitution adopted living Coat of arms of Malta 1964-1975.svg
Montenegro King Nikola of Montenegro.jpg Nicholas I
King of Montenegro
7 October 1841 28 August 1910 26 November 1918 Monarchy abolished by the Podgorica Assembly 1 March 1921 Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Montenegro.svg
Portugal SMF Manoel II.jpg Manuel II
King of Portugal and the Algarves
15 November 1889 1 February 1908 5 October 1910 Abdicated 2 July 1932 Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Portugal (1640-1910).png
Romania Mihai.jpg Michael I
King of the Romanians
25 October 1921 6 September 1940 30 December 1947 Monarchy abolished by the Communist government living Kingdom of Romania - Big CoA.svg
Russia Nicholas II of Russia painted by Earnest Lipgart.jpg Nicholas II
Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias
18 May 1868 1 November 1894 15 March 1917 Abdicated 17 July 1918 Lesser Coat of Arms of Russian Empire.svg
Yugoslavia PedroIIDeYugoslavia8e00867v.jpg Petar II
King of Yugoslavia
6 September 1923 9 October 1934 29 November 1945 Deposed 3 November 1970 Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.svg


http://www.archontology.org/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_and_dependent_territories_in_Europe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Former_countries_in_Europe_after_1815

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References[edit]

  1. ^ King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy claimed the throne until 8 September 1943